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UNA at One Rochester exemplifies the robust and full flavours of Spain and Europe at the iconic Rochester enclave. Chef Jean-Philippe Patruno has designed an extensive menu of his signature Tapas and Parilla (Grills) with the freshest ingredients and authentic flavours.

Mon - Sat: 18:00 - 23:00

Sun: 11:00 - 16:00

Tio Pepe Sherry Bar: Mon to Sat 18:00 – 01:00

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amazing spanish garden

from top to finish amazing night.great Spanish food.
 paella, and that pluma iberica

and the wine was great too
 
 all great ,keep the good work
will be back for sure. very good service . blair was our waitress and she rock!!

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• 22 Apr 2015 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

amazing spanish garden

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from top to finish amazing night.great Spanish food.
 paella, and that pluma iberica

and the wine was great too
 
 all great ,keep the good work
will be back for sure. very good service . blair was our waitress and she rock!!
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• 23 Mar 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Worst Service Ever!

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Service is the pits! Take order then come back with not available. Not once. Not twice but three times! How bad can this be. Then finally ordered the mussels and it came... Only to have it taken away immediately. "Wrong table". No apologies. Nothing. How rude can this be. And the night just began. I feel like walking out now if not for my guests.... Really!
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• 07 Nov 2014 • 2012 reviews • 256 followers

30 Licous Menu Review

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It is not often that one gets to eat a dinner at $30, let alone want to an upscale restaurant, so it was with excitement when I had the chance to try the Amex 30 licious dinner at Una which lasts till 2 Dec 2014.

The meal starts with an amuse bouche of a spicy tomato gazpacho followed by a main course of either the Iberico pork or the paella. The paella is filled with seafood (two prawns, mussels clams), chicken and sausages while the pork is a tender slab touched up with some finely mashed potato.

Each diner also gets a glass of Malacapa Rioja to wind down the evening.

My suggestion is to come with a partner to enjoy and share both the main courses.
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